Sunday, March 20, 2011


My other new interest/hobby is learning about Angels. It is a fascinating subject. I've had an angel reading done (something like a fortune teller but done with Angel Cards). That was so much fun.

I've also gone on an Angel Workshop to learn about the different types of angels and how they are with us all to provide help to anyone who asks. That is the most amazing thing - you have to ask for help. The angels can't interfere in your life (unless it's life and death) without us asking. Free will and all that jazz.

Everyone has at least two guardian angels that are with them from the moment of their birth until death. These are always with you, guiding you, whether we're aware or not. The archangels are the ones most people are familiar with from the Bible, etc. But I was amazed to learn that angels are not really religion based. Yet all religions in the world believe in angels.

Right now I'm concentrating on the Angel Gabrielle (who is seen as male or female) because she (I like the female version) is the angel of communications, including writers. So she is the one who can help me with my writing talents.

This fascination all started because of certain numbers that I keep seeing - and certain songs that keep playing on the car radio. I found out that this is how angels communicate with humans and try to get our attention. At least now I don't think I'm going crazy when I keep seeing 333 or 33 all the time! And when certain songs come on the radio, I just say thank you! The angels are surrounding us with love and guidance.

May your angels be with you today!!


Eileen Astels Watson said...

Oh, Susan, this is a wonderful post. What a nice feeling it gives. I must have the best angels hanging out with me because I always feel so lucky.

So, did you find out why those numbers? What they represent, and I'd love to hear what songs the angels keep requesting for you!

Julie Jarnagin said...

I developed an interest in angels my senior year of high school. I even wrote a research paper on angels. I've forgotten much of it. I would love to read another book on the topic.